Video and Instructions

Watch the videos below to see the Easy Crutch in action!

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Easy Crutch Assembly Video

Easy Crutch Going Down Stairs

Easy Crutch Going Up Stairs

When you no longer need to use your Easy Crutch, please consider donating it to a deserving charity in the original packaging, with all documentation.  This would benefit someone less fortunate in need, and could also provide you with a tax deduction!

Easy Crutch Instruction Manual:

Easy Crutch - Assembly Illustration

Easy Crutch Adjustment Instructions


  1. Adjust the vertical stabilizer using the height indications on the bracket.
  2. Adjust the knee cradle using the height indications on the bracket. (It is much better to have the knee cradle too low than too high. If it is too high, you will likely feel very uneasy at the “top” of your stride. If this happens, simply lower the knee cradle until it is comfortable)


Please note: The height indications on the bracket are approximate settings, you should always feel free to adjust any and all parts to comfortable heights.


  1. Adjust the handle to a comfortable setting.
  2. Try walking on the Easy Crutch.


Please note: DO NOT weight bear on your hand or under arm…put all of your weight on the knee cradle.


  1. If you feel that one of the Easy Crutch feet is hitting the floor first, (and pulling you toward the other foot), simply lengthen or shorten the adjustable foot until it feels like both crutch feet hit at the same time when walking. There are spiraling holes near the bottom of the bracket, near the adjustable foot, that will give you the ability to adjust it for length. They are numbered 0,1,2,3. It is best to try several settings, to get a better sense of the most comfortable “tilt” for your particular stride.


Please note: Changes between bare feet, shoes, boots, and high heels may require adjustments to the knee cradle and other parts. One setting is not always best for all situations. You will be most comfortable if you re-adjust whenever you feel it necessary or your footwear changes.


Please note: It may take an hour or more to get completely comfortable on the Easy Crutch…don’t give up! As you get your balance and become more comfortable, you may consider re-adjusting some or all of the parts. This is very common and may even be advisable.


The goal of Easy Crutch is to give you the FREEDOM to live a more normal life while recuperating from an injury or ailment. This device will free a hand, take the pressure off of your hands, wrists and underarms, and will help exercise some of the lower body and leg muscles that are still healthy. With these benefits in mind, we hope Easy Crutch enhances your recovery and allows you to pursue your life and dreams during less than ideal physical conditions.  




·       300 lb. weight limit.

·       Do not use on ice or other slippery surfaces.

·       Use only as indicated.

·       Do not use if dizzy or drowsy.

·       Do not stand on the knee cradle.

·       Follow all instructions and be sure to adjust Easy Crutch as instructed.

·       Patients should use Easy Crutch only while under a physician’s care and supervision.

·      If ANY components on your Easy Crutch appear to be bent, discontinue use immediately and contact us at: for instructions and/or replacement parts.  

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